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The Skills Required for Law

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Immigration Laws in the United Kingdom

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The ICC: Moral Universalism v Cultural Relativism

Moral Universalism versus Cultural Relativism in International Criminal Justice Discourse: A...

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  • The ICC: Moral Universalism v Cultural Relativism

    Gamayun Academic Services University Law Tutor (Tonbridge) Picture Moral Universalism versus Cultural Relativism in International Criminal Justice Discourse: A Defence of the ICC and its Predecessor Tribunals. The purpose of this article is to cover pressing yet contentious issues of global governance in order to justify the international criminal justice...
  • Common Law in India versus the United States

    D Kumar University Law Tutor (South West London) Picture According to Benoît-Rohmer & Klebes common law systems derive their roots from the medieval ages in England from where they later extended into the British Empire colonies.[1] As a result, Van & Van stated that nearly a third of the current world’s population is guided by either pure Common...
  • Using Creative Pedagogy To Teach Mathematics

    D Kumar A-level Law Tutor (South West London) Picture What do you intend to do? Why is this idea suitable for an action research experiment? Based on empirical classroom research that has been carried out by a number of scholars over the years, it has shown that, with some notable exceptions, instructions in mathematics have more than often been...

 

  • Immigration Laws in the United Kingdom

    D Kumar University Law Tutor (South West London) Picture   Immigration Laws in the United Kingdom   Question 1: The legal rules, which aim to deter foreign nationals from coming to the UK without permission, are necessary because the voters demand strong border controls. However, these rules can prevent refugees from reaching a place of...
  • IFC and Sustainable Development

    Dr Ade University Law Tutor (West Central London) Picture Abstract Different regulatory instruments have sought to promote sustainable development, most especially, the integration of social and economic concerns in development activities. Multilateral development Banks have taken it upon themselves to promote sustainable development practices by...
  • Law and British Culture

    Helen Charlton University Law Tutor (South West London) Picture What were the first signs of legal system you noticed on entering the UK? A police car, a court building or a contract you signed? Law is entrenched in our society in many ways of which people are unaware. The challenge for someone from a different culture is not just in understanding the...